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However, look on the bright side and there’s always a silver lining somewhere.That’s why today I’ll be sharing the advantages of having a boyfriend who is serving the nation to encourage ladies to continue putting in effort to sustain their relationships even with their boyfriends in the army! As such, when you chance upon someone with the same badge/rank on his chest, you’d know what they went through to get it. Impress the others You can have a decent army conversation with your brother/father/uncles/friends and see their jaws drop as you mention words ( i.e.et blade) which they absolutely wouldn’t think that you know of it. Cultivate patience You learn that patience is a virtue because if you’re picking him up from his camp or waiting for him to book out, be prepared to wait up to a few hours.I was lucky because the longest I waited was around an hour and a half; my friend once waited for nearly 3 hours! Cherish one another more Time with him is much more cherished, weekends with him become a routine, and Saturdays are always dedicated to him.